The guide compiles the main issues that a foreign researcher needs to tackle when coming to work in Spain and it targets both researchers themselves and their hosting institutions. The main topics of the guidelines are the characteristics of the Spanish R&D&I system and the researcher career in the country, the recognition of foreign qualifications for academia and professional purposes, the labor market, the tax and the social security systems, the entry and residency requirements, the health and education systems and the EURAXESS Spain network that gives support to mobile researchers.
The R&D&I Activities Report complies with the legal dictates established in Article 7 of Law 13/1986 on The Promotion of Gener
The publication of the R&D&I Activities Report 2009 complies with the legal dictates established in Article 7 of the Law on The Promotion a
This publication presents the R&D&I activities financed by the State Administration (AGE) and the Autonomous Communities.
The publication of the R&D&I Activities Report 2006 complies with the legal dictates established in Article 7 of the Law on The Promotion a
Since the very beginning FECYT has worked to study female science and technology researchers.
A publication edited by FECYT which includes the results of the Second National Survey on the Social Perception of Science and Technology.
e-Science is the name given to all science activities that are carried out using available resources that can be found on the Internet.
In order to implement a new subject called 'Science for Today's World' (CCMC) in schools next year, FECYT and the Teacher Training Higher Education
The Work Programme is used as a dynamic updating tool both for the content of the National Plan for R&D&I as well as for the objectives, pr